Welcome back again, this time to issue 22 of Street Photography Magazine. This month's issue we'll take you from Vietnam to New Orleans and plenty of places in between with some extremely talented street photographers who have chosen to share what inspires them, what scares them, what they've learned along the way and even a few of their most compelling photographs. First up is a beautiful article by Corrine Wargnier, a street photographer who also happens to be a talented novelist. Not only
To travel through Vietnam, to traverse this fabulous country and to meet both urban and agricultural populations, is tremendously enriching for a street photographer. Not a street corner, not a meter of sidewalk or bare earth fails to catch the eye with a scene of daily life. The street life in Vietnam is intense. Omnipresent. And wonderfully mesmerizing. It doesn’t take long to understand that Vietnam is a country full of photographic opportunities. From its multitude of different landscapes,
Early on, it became clear that Thomas Thorstensson had a natural gift for street photography. When you look at the photos displayed on his website, it's hard to believe he only has two years practicing street shooting under his belt. A web developer by trade, Thomas took to the street a couple of years ago, camera in hand and it wasn't long before street photography became quite meaningful to him. Thomas was kind enough to speak with us this month about how his passion for street photography
INTRODUCTION The trend towards smaller cameras is growing each year and in a market filled with many amazing options, you really can’t go wrong with any camera from almost any creditable brand. As a professional photographer (term used lightly), I’m always on the lookout for something small and flexible that can compliment my existing kit, and potentially be used as a ‘take-anywhere backup camera’ to my overwhelmingly large SLR kit. At this moment there are a lot of great-performing compact
New Orleans is a city of contradictions regarding race, crime, income inequality and it comes with a devil-may-care attitude. The general vibe here is very different from other cities, in which happiness comes before money making it an ideal city for creative people to live and work in. As a transplant from New York City, I view its colorful character with curiosity and admiration. After nearly a year, I’ve realized that I will never become a New Orleanian and my photographs reflect that
Young Couple by Scott Houston A young couple near their home in East Liverpool, Ohio. View on Website … by Andrzej Chodorowski Somewhere in Cracow View on Website Untitled by Nicholas Small John - Van Nuys, CA View on Website Joy of Childhood by Manju Ray As I was passing by , one evening, I noticed a group of children of the construction workers playing on the road, with dry leaves, while their parents are busy constructing beautiful luxurious appartments for others..